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morning to you. >>> we begin with a surprise visit by secretary of state john kerry who is there to urge nuri al maliki to insure that flights are not carrying weapons to syria. secretary kerry was in jordan and swrurl where he talked with israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu about the israeli-palestinian peace process. >>> pope francis is taking part in his first palm sunday service. tens of thousands turned out in st. peters square to pray with the pope for the start of the holy week. he arrived in an uncovered car and then preside over the mass from an altar on the steps of st. peter basilica. hug it out. there you go. >>> police in london are investigating the death of a russian tycoon who was a fierce critic of president vladimir putin. chemical hazard police are searching boris's london home after he was found dead inside. the cause is still unknown. boris fled to britain in 2001 after having a falling out with putin who was granted political asylum there two years ago. >>> the bodies of two sky divers who went missing after a jump have been found in florida. crews started sea
. savannah? >> we are following breaking news in afghanistan. secretary of state john kerry is making an unannounced city of kabul after visiting iraq on sunday. andrea mitchell is traveling with the secretary. andrea, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, savannah. secretary kerry just arrived and, as you know, it was a difficult relationship with afghan's president karzai. officials on the plane say that kerry knows him well, has seen him five times -- has been to afghanistan five times as a senator and believes they can get past the difficulty, the friction of when karzai told the secretary of defense that he believes that america is conspiring with the taliban. they believe they can get past that. they know it will not be a smooth transition but they are here to work on all of those issues, the political and security issues. they are aware and supportive of karzai's statement that he is going to start working on talks eventually with the taliban and eventually the state department officials say will be direct talks with the taliban as long as they have laid down their ar
, where we find nbc's kerry sanders. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, savannah. as a regular flyer i know this frustration, your flight is scheduled to leave at 7:31, it's now 7:31, you're sitting in your seat on the plane and look down the aisle and there's somebody still coming down with their luggage gumming up the whole system. is there a better and faster way to get passengers on a plane? well american airlines says quite possibly there is. >> we'd like to continue with our executive platinum members. >> reporter: after those with frequent flyer status in the first class seats get on the plane american airlines asks what if passengers with no overhead luggage got on next. >> if you have only one carry on item you may join in boarding at this time. >> reporter: american is testing that boarding process n ft. lauderda lauderdale, austin, baltimore and washington, dulles. to some it would appear logical. >> the less stuff you have to move the quicker it will go. >> reporter: on thursday flight 1031 from ft. lauder da toil dallas had 2 passengers board with no
on the moon. kerry sanders is at the kennedy space center. fill us in. >> good morning, matt. 44 years later and the apollo missions are still captivating our imagination. that's the mammoth saturn five rocket there. as you look on the back there, those are the f-1 engines, five in each stage. as the rocket would leave earth's gravity, it would release those stages and the engines would fall back to earth, splashing into the ocean, disappearing forever, until now. three miles deep in the ocean, lost until now. two saturn rocket engines from america's space program. >> three, two, one. >> engines that lifted a nation in a space race with the soviet union. >> we have a liftoff. >> to this day, the engines that thundered the apollo missions to space are the most powerful ever built. >> it's a go. engines, looking good. >> and as the world watched in wonder in 1969, a little boy from miami tucked away a question. what happened to the engines that fell back to earth? that was jeff, the same jeff beezose who founded amazon and became a billionaire and funded the search for the apalo 11 engines. he
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